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Ending with a Bang....

*Karma Cola*
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 03:25
If you playin at a party would you like to end with a banger track or somethin more chilled out compared to ur other selected playlist ...

I see a lotta dj's/artists endin their sets with the supa-dupa killer track of the evening. Is this to create a memorable finale?
In contrast i would think that dj's would end their sets with something that has a lesser BPM and also help bring down the people who are flying with your set.

personally i woudl prefer the dj to sorta deviate and mellow the mood so that i can mentally prepare for the end.           ~*** You can tell By the way i use my walk, Im a woman's man, No time to Talk***~
Memory Loss
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 04:07
When I play(1 in a zilion years) Bang from start to end.           Skate 0R Die
DiMiTry
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 04:17
Most def. with a bang!

unless you're playing an ambient set that is..

          ..it's just another party..
Krell
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 04:35
Depends on many things...

Time of day.
What genre the next DJ or liveact spins.
If the party has already climaxed.
What the other DJs & acts have been playing earlier.

The easiest sets are full of energy from beginning to end / typical night time music. Its much harder to go from intense music to soft music since you tend to loose energy in the process.

Also, its quite annoying when every DJ that goes on spins the same heavy duty nighttime trance in an attempt to stand out from the rest. In my eyes they only proove that they are not able to take responsiblity for the flow of the music thruout the whole party.

So for me, it is very different from set to set. I find sunrise, morning and afternoon sets to be the most challenging - While full on night time stomper sets are a lot easier to get to work.

However, the last track should be special and memorable while still being in tune with the flow in the set and the party.

Best Wishes

Krell
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*Karma Cola*
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 05:15
Thanks for the information krell.

As u touched upon, do u think many dj's keep in mind the music of the next Dj who follows them. Would be nice if they could work up somethin so that thetransit for the 'dancers' would be easier.
I find it quite a challenge a times to just shift from dj to dj.           ~*** You can tell By the way i use my walk, Im a woman's man, No time to Talk***~
Krell
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 05:38
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On 2005-10-26 05:15, *Karma Cola* wrote:
Thanks for the information krell.

As u touched upon, do u think many dj's keep in mind the music of the next Dj who follows them. Would be nice if they could work up somethin so that thetransit for the 'dancers' would be easier.
I find it quite a challenge a times to just shift from dj to dj.




Well, I think many DJs are focused on wanting to outperform the other DJ right away - as a DJ you really want to be better than the others... We learn socially that first impressions are very important... So, when you begin you might want to kick ass so people will think (woow its DJ Cool(Cool Label Records), he really rocks compared to the other guy) - and when you finish your set you might be affraid that the next DJ will get the same effect, so you put on another intense track....

Most DJs who get gigs have an idea of how to create flow, so they will have to put in transitional tracks who will be equally intense in the beginning and the end - So its not just the first and last tracks - its really often 3-4 tracks both in the beginning and the end (about 40 minuttes in all).

In the end, its up to the DJ what he spins, after all, sometimes intense music in the beginning or at the end of a set is the right thing to do (or even intense music all thru the set) - but its up to the dancers to react to the music - so just stop dancing if you dont like it and leave, this sends a clear message to the DJ. (dont throw vegetables, point fingers or use pie weapons)

*smiles*

Krell
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DiMiTry
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 09:00
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On 2005-10-26 05:15, *Karma Cola* wrote:
I find it quite a challenge a times to just shift from dj to dj.



well, sometimes the DJ that follows "the bang" just isn't as good and can't keep up with the energy of the previous one. your first track will often make or break the set - and there is nothing more exciting than hearing one dj end with a bang, and have the next one follow him with an even more interesting track.

i also believe in ending the party with a bang - after everyone has danced for hours and are tired, ready to go home, it's great to put on that one last dancefloor banger, get everybody up and dancing, and screaming - a nice high to take with you on your way to [reality].

          ..it's just another party..
Pt.
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 09:57
Doesnt Infected Mushroom - Facing seem like a smooth and "nice" ending to a set? Not that the set have to be like that track.. But a ... forget about it. You'll all see .. one day .. me ... Yeah!
Dragongurl
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 11:37
I miss the days when they used to end the party winding the track down and grounding all the people, bringing them back into themselves and the world around them.

I suppose its just one of those changes that come about.           :: Life can be as bitter as dragon tears
But whether dragon tears are bitter or sweet
depends entirely on how each man perceives the taste ::
Orbital
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 12:02
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On 2005-10-26 11:37, Dragongurl wrote:
I miss the days when they used to end the party winding the track down and grounding all the people, bringing them back into themselves and the world around them.

I suppose its just one of those changes that come about.




I second that... Imagine going back home all charged up!           'The meek aint gonna inherit shit'

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KakoOlalaJwal
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 13:40
Agreed with Dragongurl and Orbital !

And btw.. I think.. ehm, Dimitry you're not wrong but in my mind a 120 bpms track (or even slower, much slower) can be the hell of a "Bang" track.

It's all about how people feel the "bang"           .
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Dragongurl
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 13:47
Agreed Kako! Doesnt have to have the fastest beat to drive the peeps into a frenzy.


The last track on the Ion track does it for me!           :: Life can be as bitter as dragon tears
But whether dragon tears are bitter or sweet
depends entirely on how each man perceives the taste ::
Acidhive
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 14:06
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On 2005-10-26 13:47, Dragongurl wrote:
Agreed Kako! Doesnt have to have the fastest beat to drive the peeps into a frenzy.


The last track on the Ion track does it for me!




You mean the Ion album I suppose??
Anyway, I like it when the DJ ends the set with a smoother track then the rest of the set, more laid-back so to speak. Doesn't have to be a chill track per se, but just something more easy-going. A track from the latest 12 Moons album would do nicely           "Subconscious unravels at the point of death, and all time it has known erupts into a moment. As death extinguishes us, so we become it."

[Esoteric: Subconscious Dissolution Into The Continuum]
Nathan
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 14:26
I would like that every DJ Set will end with Cosma's track; any track. and if not so the last one should be any golden classic but goa; to remember the past.2000-2003.
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Krell
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Posted : Oct 26, 2005 15:36
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On 2005-10-26 14:26, Nathan wrote:
I would like that every DJ Set will end with Cosma's track; any track. and if not so the last one should be any golden classic but goa; to remember the past.2000-2003.




Also if the DJ is playing Dark Psy and the next DJ will be playing Dark Psy Tech Trance and none of them or anyone in the audience cares much for Cosma tracks ?

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